Ne-Yo, Drake and J. Cole For New TLC Album

05/03/2013
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(Radio.com) It's been over two decades since TLC's 1992 debut CrazySexyCool put the world onto the "TLC tip." Now, the group's two surviving members, Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas, will be hitting the stage, screen, and the shelves with a new album that includes features from today's top talents.

Chilli calls the new activity surrounding TLC a "start of another chapter" for the group. "We're still in creative mode right now," Chilli said in an interview with Rolling Stone. "That's why I cannot sleep at night, because my brain will not turn off."

T-Boz and Chilli will be showing off their moves at Mixtape Festival this summer. While they ready the TLC biopic on Vh1 this fall, they are collaborating with modern day chart-toppers Ne-Yo, Drake and J. Cole for their new material.

Longtime TLC producer Dallas Austin is lending a hand with the tracks. TLC said they had no problem securing featured artists for their first since 2002′s 3D. more.

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